Doug calls Claire while watching her apartment from a building across the street. He asks her to meet him, but she tells him to come to her apartment. Through his binoculars, Doug can see Agent Frawley (Jon Hamm) and several other FBI agents and cops there waiting for him. She assures him that there is no one there, so Doug tells her that he'll be there in about an hour. Just as they're about to hang up, Claire tells him how much she wants to see him and adds, 'It will be just like one of my sunny days,' a signal to warn him that he'll die if he comes to her apartment. While the police wait for Doug to show up, Doug puts on an MBTA (Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority), drives a city bus to an Amtrak station, and catches a train heading south. After an hour passes and Frawley realizes that Doug isn't going to show and that Claire's parting words about her 'sunny day' was a warning, he calls off the wait but reminds Claire that the FBI is a national organization. Going to his car, he finds a note from Doug saying, 'Go screw yourself.' Some time later, as Claire is working in her garden, she finds a bag full of money, a tangerine, and a note from Doug, suggesting that she can make better use of the money than he can and informing her that, for the first time in his life, he's leaving Charlestown. Claire donates the money anonymously to finance the renovation in his mother's name of the Charlestown hockey arena. In the final scene, Doug stands on the deck of a fishing shack, looking over the water, while his voiceover reads the last line of his note to Claire 'I know I'll see you again...this side or the other.'